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originally posted by: chris_stibrany
But yes, `elsewhere` is the keyword.
The wh has plenty of comm sec measures they dont have, say in Syria or Iraq.
a reply to: Nyiah
originally posted by: The GUT
It is scary to contemplate that they might possibly be as evil, unholy, destructive, corrupt, and divisive as Obama/Soros/Clintons. Then I'm like, "Nah, no way that could happen."
Did you spell his name correctly? I thought it was spelled "Rasputin".
originally posted by: jellyrev
Seen some guy following this on FB. Something about an anti-gay EO coming this week.
That's my litmus test, the tweet said by the end of the week.
Trump administration clampdowns on research agencies worry scientists
Chaos, confusion reign over how far-reaching, long-lasting directives are
Some restrictions are normal in a transition, …Putting a hold on making policy statements is one of those.
Withholding scientific results is not, and that fear looms, says Rosenberg, who now directs the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists in Cambridge, Mass. Banning the release and discussion of research and data would directly violate the various scientific integrity policies that guide federal agencies. Among other things, these policies state that federal scientists may speak to the media and public about their work. The EPA’s policy also says: “To operate an effective science and regulatory agency like the EPA, it is also essential that political or other officials not suppress or alter scientific findings.”
“Science isn’t intended to reflect a new administration. Science is intended to reflect data and evidence,” Rosenberg says.
... formulated in a way that would not violate the 2015 Iran nuclear deal negotiated by Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama ...